Palm Beach Symphony Executive Director Named to Board of Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association

PALM BEACH, FL (Dec. 22, 2014) – David McClymont, executive director of the Palm Beach Symphony, has been named to the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association’s (FRLA) board of directors, representing  one of the most influential trade associations in Florida. The installation took place on Thursday, December 4, at the Hilton Palm Beach Airport Hotel.

A Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt business executive, McClymont has consulted with nonprofits, small businesses, entrepreneurs and foundations to achieve greater organizational effectiveness by providing them with business training, restructuring and psychology oriented business development tools. He has a solid reputation for accelerated revenue growth, operational and strategic improvements and bold visionary initiatives in highly competitive markets.

In addition to the FRLA appointment, McClymont recently joined the board of directors for Friends of Jupiter Beach. Born and raised in South Florida, McClymont is an avid sportsman and completed the Iron Man Competition. He enjoys competitive surfing and triathlons and is the proud father of three children.


About the Palm Beach Symphony: Founded in 1974, the mission of the Palm Beach Symphony is to engage, educate and entertain the greater community of the Palm Beaches through live performances of inspiring orchestral music. The Symphony performs in a variety of historically important venues including Bethesda-By-The-Sea, Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, Mar-a-Lago and The Society of the Four Arts.

About the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association: FRLA is Florida’s premier non-profit hospitality industry trade association. Our mission is to ‘Protect, Educate and Promote’ Florida’s $76.1 billion hospitality industry which represents 23% of Florida’s economy, $4.6 billion in sales tax revenue, and nearly 1.1 million employees – making it the state’s number one industry. We offer regulatory compliance and food safety training needs (RCS and SafeStaff®); industry developed career-building high school programs (FRLAEF); sponsor the only event in Florida exclusively serving the restaurant and foodservice industry (FR&L Show, September 7-9, 2014 in Orlando); and we safeguard the needs of the hospitality industry by providing legislative advocacy. We represent and serve more than 10,000 independent and household name members, suppliers, and theme parks. For more information, go to and find us on Twitter @FRLAnews, Facebook and YouTube.


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